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Graham DunningGraham Dunning - Three Artefacts (February 2011)

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These recordings were featured in artist Graham Dunning's 2010 installation, Three Artefacts. Each recording was made during the artist's residency at The Rea Garden, in Digbeth, Birmingham. The installation featured each sound playable from individually pressed dubplates; viewers were invited to use the records individually or in combination to compose their own piece of music.



This audio is part of the collection: Open Sound Group
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels

Artist/Composer: Graham Dunning
Date: 2011-02
Keywords: Sound Art; Field Recording; Dubplates; Art; Sound

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0


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